A Lady's Guide to Gossip and Murder

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Kensington Publishing Corporation
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5.7 X 8.3 X 1.1 inches | 0.8 pounds

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About the Author

Dianne Freeman is the acclaimed author of the Countess of Harleigh Mystery series. She is an Agatha Award and Lefty Award finalist, as well as a nominee for the prestigious Mary Higgins Clark Award from Mystery Writers of America. She spent thirty years working in corporate accounting and finance and now writes full-time. Born and raised in Michigan, she and her husband now split their time between Michigan and Arizona. Visit her at www.DiFreeman.com.


Advance praise for A Lady's Guide to Gossip and Murder

"Readers will enjoy playing amateur sleuth as they learn what really might be going on behind closed doors in 1899's best British homes."
--Heather Redmond, author of A Tale of Two Murders

Praise for
A Lady's Guide to Etiquette and Murder

"Dazzling. . . . Fans of witty, lighthearted Victorian mysteries will be enthralled."
--Publishers Weekly, Starred Review

"A delightful tale of shenanigans among the British aristocracy. Lady Frances feels very
real--not too smart and spunky but no shrinking violet either."
--Rhys Bowen, New York Times bestselling author

"This lighthearted debut tale of mystery, love, and a delightful sleuth will leave you wanting more--which is presumably just what Freeman had in mind."
--Kirkus Reviews

"A mystery that's witty and fun, with just the right amount of danger and romance to keep you turning pages."
--Alyssa Maxwell, author of A Devious Death

"This debut is engaging to the end."

"A fantastic blend of history, mystery and humor. I did not want to put it down. Perfect for fans of Agatha Christie and Georgette Heyer."
--Darcie Wilde, National bestselling author of A Useful Woman and A Purely Private Matter

"Fans of Georgette Heyer will appreciate the hints of romance, while aficionados of Deanna Raybourn or D.M. Quincy will delight in the banter-filled dialog and period details."
--Library Journal, Starred Review